Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Moving your camera, part of Up and Running with DSLR Filmmaking.
Brian Liepe: Adding movement to your shots really enhances your ability to tell a story. …Whether at shooting handheld, like we discussed in the last movie, or placing your camera on …a jib, camera movement allows the audience to engage in a story in a very effective and unique way. …Here is a small tool that can add a big cinematic effect to your shots, it's called a slider. …Just adding a slight deliberate and slow movement to your shot can help reflect elements in …your story, plus there is something sort of magical about giving the audience a perspective …that moves through space.…
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- Understanding aperture, shutter speed, and ISO
- Using lenses as a tool in storytelling
- Establishing focus for video
- Achieving a shallow depth of field
- Using equipment like clapperboards and matte boxes
- Editing and color correcting footage
- Using cinematography techniques to get beautiful shots
- Avoiding rolling shutter and moiré
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Trainingwith Abba Shapiro6h 59m Beginner
Video Journalism Shooting Techniqueswith Jeff Sengstack2h 4m Appropriate for all
1. Photography Basics
2. DSLR Basics
3. Understanding Lenses
4. In Production
6. Common DSLR Pitfalls
7. Important Gear
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